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March 2024 | self care essentials

by Lauren Phelps on March 01, 2024

March is traditionally known as 'Meet the Maker' month for artists, crafters, and small businesses, but we're shaking things up a bit this year. Whether you're a seasoned member of our LPD family or a newcomer, we've got something special in store for you!

If you're curious about the full story behind LPD and the incredible nine-year journey we've been on, look no further! Check out our blog post from the 2023 'Meet the Maker' interview on the Planner Wire Podcast. You can listen to the interview right here. Welcome to the LPD family - we're thrilled to have you with us! 🐻

Now, let's address the elephant in the room - burnout. You may have noticed me discussing my silent battle with burnout on Instagram this week. Many of you have reached out, sharing your own experiences and offering support. It's been eye-opening to realize that I'm not alone in this struggle.

In fact, burnout seems to be a common theme lately, with people everywhere feeling tired and overwhelmed. Decision fatigue is real, and it can take a toll on our mental and emotional well-being. While I'm still navigating my own journey, I wanted to share some self-care and mood-boosting activities that have helped me along the way.

I've put together a free download with these tips, which you can grab using the button above. Now, I'm not a doctor, and I'm not offering medical advice. But as a fellow human on this journey, I want you to know that you're not alone. Let's break the silence surrounding burnout and start having open conversations about mental health.

If you're struggling, don't hesitate to reach out to your support network. Sharing your feelings and seeking help is the first step towards healing. Together, we can overcome burnout and emerge stronger than ever.

Thank you for being a part of the LPD family. Here's to a month filled with self-care, support, and growth.

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